#1
Hey guys,

don't you just hate it when you pick up the guitar as you've been looking forward to all day......and you suck!

I'd been waiting all day to play and when I picked up the guitar I couldn't play things I would normally play in my sleep, it's so annoying!

Do you guy get this? And if so, how do you get past it?
#2
I do sometimes. Occasionally, it's just because I'm totally not warmed up yet. so i just play some scales and practice a little bit and I'm fine
#3
Happens to me occasionally, I just keep playing or quit so I don't get frustrated....I have little patience.

Hope this was what you wanted!
#4
it happens about half my days,

some days ill pick it up and be fine, the other days i absolutely suck. either way i play some chromatic and some major and minor scales all over the fretboard to get my ear back from "normal" mode to "pitch hearing" mode and im fine either way.
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#5
yeah, that happens every so often. i usually try to warm up, and if i still suck, i just play it again the next day and im usually fine
#6
yep

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#7
thanks guys......I pretty much do the same as you guys, scales and then really easy songs, it's just annoying is all!

Just hate going to bed angry with my guitars.....
#8
This happens to everybody. It mostly occurs because what you think you've
"mastered" and can "do in your sleep", you have not even come close to really
mastering at any depth. Even on the "good days", you probably don't sound
as good as you think you do.

Generally, this is the level most people remain.

However, when you do practice that deeply engages your understanding, you start
to notice more "good days" and fewer "bad days". Eventually, bad days become
entirely a thing of the past.
#9
Quote by edg
This happens to everybody. It mostly occurs because what you think you've
"mastered" and can "do in your sleep", you have not even come close to really
mastering at any depth. Even on the "good days", you probably don't sound
as good as you think you do.

Generally, this is the level most people remain.

However, when you do practice that deeply engages your understanding, you start
to notice more "good days" and fewer "bad days". Eventually, bad days become
entirely a thing of the past.



lol, well I'll look forward to the day when bad days are a thing of the past! They've gotten a lot less frequent, which is nice, but it almost makes it even more annoying when they do happen!
#10
happens a few times.....relieved its not only me
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